On this episode of the Leadership Vision Podcast, Carrie Jones and Nathan Freeburg discuss the link between fear and courage, and how both are necessary. We wrestle with the appropriate role that fear plays in helping us become courageous, but also how fear can paralyze us and prevent us from reaching our potential. Fear is temporary; regret is forever. We also share a prompt at the end to encourage you to act more courageously, so listen now!
On this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, Brian Schubring, our founder and president talks about how to understand what our Strengths need to thrive and what they need to survive. We have found that you’ve reached a deeper level of awareness when you’re able to articulate exactly what your Strengths need in both of these situations. Thriving and surviving may seem like contradictory or even opposite states of being, but actually, we’ve found them to be more similar than different.
On this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, Brian Schubring and I talk about how to take our origin stories and frame them in ways that put them in their rightful place. To do this, we share five steps that will help us acknowledge the role our past has played in shaping our present and future. We’ll also share some tips for giving it an appropriate place in our current life, so listen now!
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about five leadership qualities that all leaders need to master if they want to be most effective. These five traits come from a list that Sara has been compiling for several years. To date, her list includes over 20 highly discerned characteristics that are critical in helping determine the success or failure of a leader. Listen now then reflect on your leadership skills as they relate to these five items.
In this episode of the Leadership Vision podcast, you’ll get to hear from our entire team as each of us reflect on our earliest memories related to Strengths. One of the questions we ask clients is, “what was happening in your life between the ages of 7 to 11 years old?” Those ages represent an arc of cognitive development called the concrete operational period. This time is characterized by the development of organized and rational thinking and marks the beginning of logical or operational thought. It’s also the time if your life when Strengths are beginning to form. When you recall what you were doing in life during those ages, it may shed light on how your Strengths have developed today. Listen now!